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Old 01-26-2009, 08:07 AM   #1
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Question Mumble, murmur, django and mumble-django.

Hi there.

I'm currently switching a system from the great, but non-free (as in speech) teamspeak to Murmur/Mumble.

Both works, and i tried to install mumble-django, which is a web-based interface :

I installed all dependencies, but i really don't understand the most important part :


* The distribution consists of three main directories:
o pyweb: All the python code is in here. Copy pyweb/mumble into your Django application.
o htdocs: This is static content like CSS and icons. Upload it to your web server, so the mumble directory is served as /static/mumble (this path can be changed by editing the templates).
o template: The templates that the views use to render the User registration forms and the channel list.
Any detailed help around ?
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You'd have to find where django was installed and put the files there.
They probably forgot to put in the prerequisites that you need a web server, you need to put the htdocs into the htdocs/static/mumble folder in the web server, sometimes this is /var/www depending on distro.
Looks like they don't even tell you where to put the templates, I guess you'll find out when an error shows up.
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Ok. Thanks for reply.
I currently used sqlite browser to edit the database, although it's really not user-friendly :^).


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